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Thinking about Journalism with Superman
Unformatted Document Text:  Thinking about Journalism with Superman 25 21 See James W. Carey, Communication As Culture (Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1989), 142. See also Jeremy Packer and Craig Robertson, ed., Thinking with James Carey (New York: Peter Lang, 2006). 22 See Pauly, “A Beginner‟s Guide to Doing Qualitative Research,” 4-5. 23 See “History of Superman” Wikipedia entry, online at . For a broad overview of the history of the comic book version of Superman, see Robert Greenberger and Martin Pasko, The Essential Superman Encyclopedia (New York: Del Ray, 2010). See also Daniels, Superman: The Complete History. 24 For broad overviews of Superman‟s depiction in media other than comics, see Rossen, Superman vs. Hollywood, and Scivally, Superman on Film, Television, Radio and Broadway. 25 Christians, Ferré, and Fackler, Good News, 120-21; Pauly, “A Beginner‟s Guide to Doing Qualitative Research,” 10-14, 20. 26 Rossen, Superman vs. Hollywood, 264. Smallville aired its farewell episode in May 2011. 27 In addition to the sources already listed, see also the “Superman Wiki,” online at ; “Supermanica,” online at ; and the “Superman Homepage,” online at . Concerning the importance of adequate contextualization in conducting cultural and critical studies, see Clifford G. Christians and James W. Carey, “The Logic and Aims of Qualitative Research,” in Research Methods in Mass Communication, ed. Guido H. Stempel and Bruce H. Westley (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1981), 350-54. 28 “Wolfe vs. the Yellow Mask,” Adventures of Superman radio series, originally aired March 22, 1940 (available from Digital Deli Online, ). 29 See Superman from the Thirties to the Eighties (New York: Crown, 1983), 25-31. 30 Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel, The Elements of Journalism, rev. ed. (New York: Three Rivers, 2007), 36; Jay Black, Bob Steele, and Ralph Barney, Doing Ethics in Journalism, 3 rd ed. (Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1999), 35-39. 31 Superman from the Thirties to the Eighties, 25. 32 Ibid., 32.

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Thinking about Journalism with Superman 25 
 See James W. Carey, Communication As Culture (Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1989), 142. See also Jeremy 
Packer and Craig Robertson, ed., Thinking with James Carey (New York: Peter Lang, 2006). 
 See Pauly, “A Beginner‟s Guide to Doing Qualitative Research,” 4-5. 
 See “History of Superman” Wikipedia entry, online at 
For a broad overview of the history of the comic book version of 
Superman, see Robert Greenberger and Martin Pasko, The Essential Superman Encyclopedia (New York: Del Ray, 
2010). See also Daniels, Superman: The Complete History.  
 For broad overviews of Superman‟s depiction in media other than comics, see Rossen, Superman vs. 
Hollywood, and Scivally, Superman on Film, Television, Radio and Broadway.  
 Christians, Ferré, and Fackler, Good News, 120-21; Pauly, “A Beginner‟s Guide to Doing Qualitative 
Research,” 10-14, 20. 
 Rossen, Superman vs. Hollywood, 264. Smallville aired its farewell episode in May 2011. 
 In addition to the sources already listed, see also the “Superman Wiki,” online at 
“Supermanica,” online at 
; and the “Superman Homepage,” online at 
Concerning the importance of adequate contextualization in 
conducting cultural and critical studies, see Clifford G. Christians and James W. Carey, “The Logic and Aims of 
Qualitative Research,” in Research Methods in Mass Communication, ed. Guido H. Stempel and Bruce H. Westley 
(Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1981), 350-54. 
 “Wolfe vs. the Yellow Mask,” Adventures of Superman radio series, originally aired March 22, 1940 
(available from Digital Deli Online, 
 See Superman from the Thirties to the Eighties (New York: Crown, 1983), 25-31. 
 Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel, The Elements of Journalism, rev. ed.  (New York: Three Rivers, 2007), 
36; Jay Black, Bob Steele, and Ralph Barney, Doing Ethics in Journalism, 3
 ed. (Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1999), 
 Superman from the Thirties to the Eighties, 25. 
 Ibid., 32. 

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